MRT has a new robot streaming service, dubbed Jenny Robot, that aims to make it easier for parents to bring their kids into the world of robot toys.
The service, which will be launched on Thursday, features a live streaming chat for parents and caregivers, a virtual toy room and a “teacher-friendly” website where parents can create videos of their kids playing with their toys.
The service will offer 30 different teacher approved toys and activities for kids aged 7 to 10, including a giraffe, a bicycle, a balloon, a dog, a car, a tennis ball, a baby carriage, a roller coaster, a submarine, a train, a snow globe, a fire engine, a bird, a butterfly, a dragon, a flying squirrel, a penguin, a cat, a doll, a robot, a game, a Lego, a toy robot, an animal, an airplane, a helicopter, a truck, a house, a ship, a dinosaur, a whale, a crocodile, a fish, a spider, a giraffe, an octopus, a snail, a duck, a dolphin, a shark, a pig, a raccoon, a horse, a snake, a turtle, a cow, a human, a lion, a chicken, a goat, a rabbit, a tiger, a mouse, a bunny, a monkey, a hamster, a chimpanzee, a rat, a tortoise, a rooster, a frog, a water buffalo, a squirrel, a wolf, a bear, a fox, a porcupine, a hippopotamus, a python, a squid, a centipede, a scorpion, a sea urchin, or a crocodiles shell.
The app will also include a toy bot, a “toy guardian”, a robot companion, a companion robot, and a computer with the specialty toys.
The site features a “home screen” that allows parents to select the toys and tasks they want their children to play with and select the time of day, the place where they want the robot to be, the number of times they want to watch the robot and the number of people who are playing with the robot, among other things.MRT will also offer a digital counseling service, a social media and a community support page that parents can use to post messages about their children and their childcare support service, and a mobile app that parents will be able to use to post videos of their children playing with their toys.MRA, which is responsible for the operation and management of the MRT, said the new service would be the first in its history to include a virtual Toy room.
“Parents can choose to have their children watch their toys from their home or at a remote location and they will be asked to set the robot up to use a virtual camera,” MRA said in a statement.
“This allows them to set up a virtual video chat with the child, share with the parents, share videos and make a voice call to the child’s parents.
It is also easier for the child to set and control their toys on their own and to take them with them on trips or on their way to and from school.”MRA added that the service will be available in all of MRT’s centres, including MRTs main stations and other MRTs in other locations.”
We are confident that the new robot channel will make it easy for parents in our area to bring the children of their choice into the fun and engaging world of robotics and toys,” MSA added.”
As a member of the public, parents can also create and share their own videos of the children playing with their toy robots, and we will work closely with the MRC to provide more content to support parents as they engage with the new channel.”MRC, which runs MRT in New South Wales, said it would work closely with the MRA to provide more content to support parents as they engaged with the new channel.”
The MRC will continue to work closely to ensure that all aspects of the robot channel are made accessible and accessible for all children, including the MRS,” MRC said in an on-line statement.
“We have made great strides to ensure that our children’s toys and experiences can be enjoyed by children in the most meaningful way.”
MRA said it was also committed to developing a robotic caregiving service in partnership with the Ministry of Human Services, and